We believe the church is the hope of the world, and want to see more of Jesus in our city.

As a community, we believe that missions is not something a few people do on the other side of the world, but instead, all members of the body of Christ are called to live on mission: to proclaim and demonstrate the Gospel to the world in their own unique sphere of influence. Whether in the workplace, with our families, or with those around us, we believe that our city is part of our mission field.




Every Tuesday afternoon from 3:30pm-4:20pm at Andersen Junior High we spend time investing in and tutoring 6th-8th grade students. Our vision is to love our community by practically serving our neighboring school as we help students experience Jesus' love by investing in them weekly and becoming a supportive voice in their lives.

Interested in volunteering as a tutor? You do not need to be an expert at all Middle School subjects to tutor with us! Our team of volunteers has tutors with strengths that range from foreign languages, to algebra, to language arts; it's a true team effort!


Scripture says in Isaiah 61:1, “The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners.” The vision of Feed The Homeless is to join with God’s heart in loving and serving others while proclaiming the Gospel to those in need.

Every Friday night we meet at 6:30pm for mobile ministry on Mill Avenue.

Every Saturday morning we meet at 10am at the Salvation Army (40 E. University Dr) for coffee and a Bible Study.

Every Sunday night we meet at 6:30pm at the Salvation Army to serve a hot meal, read from the Bible, and have a time of fellowship with one another.


We believe God created mankind to live in freedom, and, as His people, we’re called to fight for that freedom for others. Unbound is Antioch’s anti-human trafficking ministry, made up of ordinary people working to unite and mobilize the Church to end human trafficking in our community, our nation, and the nations of the world. Unbound exists to activate local communities to fight human trafficking through prevention/awareness, professional training, and survivor advocacy.

We are partnering other organizations in the Phoenix Valley by bringing volunteers to serve their needs and ultimately the needs of survivors. We also coordinate Not In My City events, where we provide basic training to volunteers who are then sent out to strategic locations to hand out anti-trafficking materials to businesses and stand against human trafficking in our city.

We have several specific needs for volunteering right now!
-Are you a contractor? One partner organization is looking for professional contractors to remodel residences for survivors of trafficking.
-Do you like to teach/tutor? Partner groups have stated that survivors going back to school are in need help with math comprehension for exams.
-Are you willing to be on-call in case a group of survivors needs emergency housing, clothing, or hygiene supplies?
For all these opportunities, click the “Get Involved” link below and let us know what you’re most interested in!

Want your company or organization to learn more about how to be part of a constructive solution against human trafficking? Host one of our presentations, or recommend another business, non-profit, or other social group to learn more. We hope to empower everyday people to fight human trafficking in the Valley.